According to the BBC, only a third of the retailers who used the factories turned up for a two-day meeting on the issue in Geneva.
Only Primark was making a firm commitment on funding, the report said.
Trade unions argued many of the victim families are now struggling to survive, the report added.
The talks in Geneva were called by the global trade union IndustriALL and chaired by the International Labour Organization, the report further said.
The aim was to provide compensation to families of those who died in the Rana Plaza disaster in April, when the collapse of a factory building killed more than 1,100 people, and in the Tazreen factory fire in November 2012, which killed 112 workers, according to the report.
Bangladesh's garments export industry is the second biggest in the world after China's.
--ANI (Posted on 14-09-2013)